Home

When faced with adversity, you can make excuses, or you can make an investment in yourself. Recovering from mobility loss after surgery, injury, or general decline is no exception. You choose to either settle for “good enough” or strive for the highest level of function possible by practicing with an assistive device.  But how, where, and when should you practice walking? How do you know what type of device you should be using? Anyone in it for the quick sale can slap up an attractive product image and a paragraph. Not us. This is what we do, day in and day out, with hundreds of patients in real clinics. We know the difference between vaulting and circumduction, why they occur, and how to fix these issues. We’ve included this kind of information on this site to inform and empower you as a consumer. The first thing in your way is you. The second thing in your way is lack of information and support from equipment manufacturers. Let’s get them both out of the way.